Tuesday, November 12 at 8pm
Friday, November 15 at 8pm
Saturday, November 16 at 8pm
Breaking and Entering is a new collaborative work between disabled artists Jerron Herman andMolly Joyce, exploring congenital and acquired physical immobility through their parallel weak left sides. Cracking a constrained narrative of disability, the pair’s diametric experiences will clash, cohere, and eventually congeal to reveal a dynamic picture of intersection.
Jerron Herman is an interdisciplinary artist creating through dance, text, and visual storytelling. He has performed around the globe with Heidi Latsky Dance and is an advocate for disabled athletes and performers. He was recently nominated for the prestigious United States Artists Fellowship in Dance. An accomplished musician, Molly Joyce’s work is primarily concerned with disability as a creative source. The primary vehicle in her pursuit is an electric vintage toy organ, which allows her to engage with disability on a compositional and performative level.
Breaking and Entering features sound design by Michael Hammond and video design by Daniel Kim.